Across Campus

Beachnau, 'Mayor of Grand Valley,' will retire after 42 years

Andy Beachnau will earn emeritus status after retiring. A retirement celebration is planned for June 24.

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June 11, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 19)
Article by Michele Coffill

Students from across county take on CyberMedical Challenge

The Michigan Economic Development Corp. sponsored the event.

June 11, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 19)
Article by Michele Coffill

President's corner

Opportunities to participate in Juneteenth, Pride Month and the Black Boys and Men Symposium strengthen our commitment to an inclusive, welcoming atmosphere through our active efforts to create a sense of belonging.

June 11, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 19)

TRIO Detroit students travel to Windsor for first international experience

The Upward Bound students attended a two-day conference at the University of Windsor.

June 11, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 19)

Graphic design students brand Dwelling Place advocacy program

Students created campaign materials, a website and designs to brand an affordable housing advocacy program.

June 11, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 19)
Article by Michele Coffill

New deans of computing, nursing will begin work in July

Marouane Kessentini and Linda Lewandowski discuss what Grand Valley has to offer students.

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May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)

Faculty, staff teams prepare for the CLAS Voyage in curriculum session

The CLAS Voyage will embed multiple hands-on, career-connected educational experiences into the learning of every student studying a CLAS major.

May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)
Article by Peg West

Students earn honors at national tourism and hospitality conference

Carley Curtis and Kate Snow earned the People's Choice Award from the Asian American Hotel Owners Association for their presentation that offered solutions for underperforming hotels.

May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)
Article by Brian Vernellis

President's corner

Projects like the CLAS Voyage Summer Institute are examples of scaling our success to increase the number of lives we can positively impact.

May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)

School Psychology graduate program celebrates 10th anniversary

It's now the largest specialist-level school psychology program in Michigan.

May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)

Register for GVSU Athletics Fund Golf Outing

The annual golf outing is May 30 at the Meadows.

May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)

African Student Council hosts ball, surges back to active organization

The council hosted 300 campus and community members at the African Ball.

May 14, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 18)

Gaines earns AP Achievement Award

The AP Achievement Award and six other awards were presented at the annual luncheon.

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April 23, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 17)

Faculty responses to job satisfaction survey benefit Student Emergency Fund

Each response to the COACHE survey added to the fund; the total donated was more than $15,500.

April 23, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 17)
Article by Michele Coffill

President's corner

Two recent events, Student Scholars Showcase and Reach Higher Showcase, show how Lakers are solving problems and building the future through remarkable research and ideation.

April 23, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 17)

Astro Anchors design flagpole for the moon's surface

Members of the Astro Anchors travel to Houston in June to see their device tested at a NASA lab.

April 23, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 17)
Article by Thomas Garrett

Students earn Fulbright, fellowship awards for summer programs

Fulbright recipient Tyler Peery will travel to the United Kingdom; Laken Chapin will study public policy at Princeton University.

April 23, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 17)

Graduates, participants from two scholarship programs recognized at events

The achievements of Battle Creek Pipeline Scholars and Thompson Foundation Scholars were celebrated.

April 23, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 17)
Article by Michele Coffill

New Facilities Services director oversees campus health, safety

Colin Brander said he enjoys the opportunity to work with and mentor students from the occupational safety and health program.

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April 9, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 16)
Article by Michele Coffill

WGS receives $100,000 grant from Mellon Foundation

The grant will support ongoing activities, including sending students and faculty to the National Women's Studies Association Conference in Detroit.

April 9, 2024 (Volume 47, Number 16)
Article by Michele Coffill

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